Regis Salon Presents The Crop Hairstyle
Nineties catwalk couture is having a huge impact on this season’s style as we head into autumn, with raw, natural beauty taking centre stage.
By: Regis Salons
“Supermodels of the 90s knew that when it comes to classic style it’s best to keep things simple – and that’s exactly how you should approach a crop. A quality haircut from the start will reduce styling time and the need to use heavy products on a daily basis. Ask your stylists for a sculpted, freehand cut that will allow for plenty of flexibility.
“Despite common opinion, a crop is extremely versatile as demonstrated by Linda Evangelista. The stunning supermodel knew how to shake-up her look for different occasions – from a swept back voluminous quiff to a sleek pixie style. Celebs like Ann Hathaway and Michelle Williams have injected a dose of glamour into the crop by turning heads on the red carpet with the style.
“A super-short crop hairstyle cut looks extra striking when teamed with a stand-out colour like an icy Scandinavian blonde or a striking ruby red. Opt for a tonal blend of colour that will complement the structural, artistic cut. Your Regis stylist will be able to recommend the best colour to suit your style and skin tone as well as provide information about the exciting new premium colour service.”
Your crop styling kit (all available from www.regissalons.co.uk) :
Designline Mend the Ends shampoo and conditioner, £8.49 / £8.99
Designline Soft Sculpting Gaze, £8.99
Designline Shine Mist High Gloss Spray, £11.49
Regis Salons is expert in providing the latest haircuts and colour, all tailored to fit your style. With 140 salons nationwide you can be sure of the look you want, whenever you want it. Plus, with a range of beauty treatments and services also available in selected salons, we guarantee you will always leave a Regis Salon feeling completely pampered and transformed.
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